This 15 minute video was recreated from a webinar Simone Fary presented as part of her masters program in instructional design. It covers: - Formal versus informal learning - Internet forum definition and features - History - Pros and cons for learning - Spotlight on the “d-word” - a successful internet forum
I researched, wrote, designed, and developed this series of nine lessons for an online learning certification course for Cultural Orientation providers, using Articulate Storyline , Photoshop, Final Cut X and Adobe Premiere. Topics covered are an overview of United States Refugee Admissions Program, working with interpreters and adult learning theory. I also installed and manage LearnDash, a Wordpress-based LMS (learning management system) to administer the quizzes, track completion, and award certificates.
This is a webinar I did for the Maryland chapter of the ATD (the leading professional organization for instructional designers and others in training). It covers some basics of copyright and fair use geared towards instructional designers. We used Gotomeeting.
Simone worked with a video producer, video editor, web developer and subject matter experts to create this one hour online training in Captivate 7 for The LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) Aging Center and HHS (The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services). It is geared towards long term care workers to raise awareness of the special concerns of the increasing number of LGBT older adults. She used her writing, research, editing, photoshop and project management skills in the process. You can click here to view it (the clients requires you provide an email address, but will not use your email for marketing purposes).
This is the web version of a presentation Simone gave in her role as the part-time Instructional Design and Technology Specialist for the Central East Addiction Technology Transfer Center Network at the National Network meeting for the ATTCs in November 2013.
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This is the web version of a presentation Simone gave in her role as the part-time Instructional Design and Technology Specialist for the Central East Addiction Technology Transfer Center Network at the National Network meeting in November 2013. In it she demonstrates what she was able to do with mobile technology with limited resources, including books for the iPad and her first mobile app.
Simone created this interactive module in Captivate because she felt that many people don't adequately understand copyright and fair use. This module shares some of the many resources where one can obtain high quality images legally, with respect for the intellectual property rights of others. Click here to view it. She also delivered a webinar about the topic to the Maryland ATD, which can be viewed by clicking here.
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